Back in 2009, Thermaltake released the Level 10 case. Designed in collaboration with BMW Group DesignworksUSA, the Level 10 case had a unique compartmental design and featured styling that was far from the typical computer case. Winning many industry design awards, the Level 10 case acted as a flagship for Thermaltake. But with a price tag of $799.99US, the cost of buying Thermaltake`s pinacle of design and style is out of reach for most people. In 2011, Thermaltake released the Level 10 GT case. It was designed with some of the core ideas present in the original Level 10 case, but available and reachable for the masses. Today we`ll be looking at the Level 10 GT Snow Edition."
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